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Babbitt 2 : Based on Public Domain Characters Created by Sinclair Lewis

By Spabe, Timmy

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Book Id: WPLBN0100002451
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
File Size: 424.80 KB.
Reproduction Date: 9/18/2017

Title: Babbitt 2 : Based on Public Domain Characters Created by Sinclair Lewis  
Author: Spabe, Timmy
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature
Collections: Authors Community, Literature
Historic
Publication Date:
2017
Publisher: smartpeoplebooks
Member Page: Timmy Spabe

Description
Satan has escaped from hell and the city of Zenith and the state of Winnemac are in grave danger. George Babbitt and an unlikely group of heroes must rise up against the dark lord of evil to not only save the future of humanity, but the sould of Babbitt himself. Working from recently discovered notes supposedly from the pen of Sinclair Lewis, 12 year old Timmy Spabe has crafted a new adventure that surpasses the original in every way.

Summary
Satan has escaped from hell and the city of Zenith and the state of Winnemac are in grave danger. George Babbitt and an unlikely group of heroes must rise up against the dark lord of evil to not only save the future of humanity, but the sould of Babbitt himself. Working from recently discovered notes supposedly from the pen of Sinclair Lewis, 12 year old Timmy Spabe has crafted a new adventure that surpasses the original in every way.

Excerpt
“What are you talking about?” Babbitt gasped as he and the others stared in horror at Cilantro. as he sat down heavily on the couch.  “In the year 1930, the state of Winnemac and all cities and people within cease to exist and all memories of this place will be wiped from both history and the minds of those who live in my era.” “Pardon my use of obscenity,” Howard said breathlessly. “But what the heck?” Cilantro frowned.  “The only things that are known of Winnemac and it's people's are found in the writings of Sinclair Lewis that the people of my time see as works of fiction.” “From what year do you come?” asked Ted warily.  “I come from the 21st century.”

 
 



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